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Ex-police officer Harry Miller reacts after a court finds Humberside Police's actions against him were "disproportionate".
The police response to an ex-officer's allegedly transphobic tweets was unlawful, the High Court has ruled.
Harry Miller, from Lincolnshire, was visited by Humberside Police at work in January last year after a complaint about his tweets.
He was told he had not committed a crime, but it would be recorded as a non-crime "hate incident".
The court found the force's actions were a "disproportionate interference" on his right to freedom of expression.
Speaking after the ruling, Mr Miller said: "This is a watershed moment for liberty - the police were wrong to visit my workplace, wrong to 'check my thinking'."
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